Syndrome chinois

Panama est un petit pays d’amérique centrale connu pour son isthme, son canal et son envahissant voisin américain toujours prompt à venir le protéger en cas de danger pour la démocratie.

La monnaie y est le dollar.

Maintenant lisez:

This morning the National Bank of Panama announced that it was suspending all services until Tuesday the 1st of October. The National Bank of Panama says that the reason is to upgrade systems. The Banking Holiday in Panama was announced this am.

This system wide shutdown has country wide implications. The National Bank of Panama did not warn the people before making the announcement and shutting down the banks. The people do not have access to ATM’s either. We received word of this from family members first. This weekend is payday for people across Panama.

http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1380224271.php

Londres est une petite ville perdue sur un île balayée par les vents et les embruns. On y compte un certain nombre de curiosités touristiques, dont une reine et une potiche, des petits chiens et une maison de poupée pour garder tout ça au sec quand il pleut, en moyenne une fois par jour. Parce qu’ils sont sûrement dévastés par les mauvaises nouvelles panaméennes, les voici qui surenchérissent:

News Release – Statement from the Bank of England
26 September 2013
The Bank has been experiencing some technical IT problems today. There is no impact on critical payment and settlement services. Alternative procedures are in place where necessary. The Bank is acting to resolve these problems as soon as possible.

http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/publications/Pages/news/2013/115.aspx

 

 

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